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Blue Justice for SSF

 

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TBTI is calling for stories and examples of policies, programs, initiatives, regulatory frameworks, as well as other situations that create social injustice and inequity on small-scale fisheries. All contributions will be compiled in an e-book volume, published under the TBTI Global Book Series.

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If not JUST, then what? If not NOW, then when?

The “Blue Justice for Small-Scale Fisheries” initiative calls for a holistic vision for the ocean and a TD process that considers the injustices faced by SSF in the past, and the disadvantaged position that some of them are currently in, to ensure a just transition to the future.

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Facts & Figures

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State of the Art


Total annual catch

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Source: World Bank/FAO/WorldFish (2010)

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Upcoming Events

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Celebrate with us the 2019 World Fisheries Day!

 

On Nov 26, we are joining forces to celebrate World Fisheries Day! The public event ‘Towards Zero Waste in Our Fisheries’ will focus on reducing waste – of fish, through full utilization, and of human/social capacity and creativity, by reducing gender inequality. 

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TD T0T training program, fall 2019

 

TBTI is holding a transdisciplinary ‘Training-of-the-trainers’ program, composed of two components: a three-month online course and an in situ workshop that will be held at the GCFI conference this  November in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.

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News & Updates

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Today is World Fisheries Day!

For this World Fisheries Day, let's put some much needed spotlight on small-scale fisheries and those whose livelihoods depend on it! ...[read more]

TBTI Digest – November 2019

Download TBTI Digest to learn about the recent project’s activities and outputs. You can also contact us if you have any news or feedback. ...[read more]

A balanced approach towards sustainable SSF in Europe

TBTI member Dr. Alicia Said recently participated in two events that focused on the future of small-scale fisheries in Europe. Highlights from these two events are captured below. ...[read more]

Science should not be left behind during the design of a marine protected area

Marine protected areas (MPAs) design is a complex process that typically involves diverse stakeholders, requiring compromise between diverging priorities. ...[read more]